I don’t know about Math and Science, but when it comes to writing, I’ve found that a higher page count can often lead to a higher bullshit count.
New analysis out today from our friends over at People Press shows that young adults were as likely to follow news regarding the Boston bombing online as on TV. Specifically:
- Overall, 63% say they followed news about the Boston attack very closely, the highest level of interest for any story since the 2008 financial crisis.
- A majority of young people (56%) say they kept up with news and information about the bombings on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
- Overall, 26% say they have been keeping up with news and information about the bombing at the Boston Marathon through social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter.
- 80% of Americans followed the story on TV. About half (49%) say they kept up with news and information online or on a mobile device, and 38% followed the story on the radio.
- Only 29% say they kept up with the story in newspapers.
Viral Video of the Day: Wil Sasso Strikes Again with “Arnold Schwarzenegger Driving”
In this latest compilation of video clips from Will Sasso’s Vine feed, the 37-year-old jokester goes out on the road and shows off his classic Arnold Schwarzenegger impression, as previously seen on the sketch comedy television show Mad TV.
These are maybe my favorite things ever.
25% of teens use cell phones to get online. Among adults it’s 15%.